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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news.
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>> now at 11:00, cruz calls it quits. the texas senator ends his race for president as trump as a sweeping victory in indiana. swroi we gave it everything we've got. we gave it everything we've got, but the voters chose another path. >> good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm ama dates. >> here are the results from indiana. trump scored 53% of the vote to cruz's 36%. >> abc7 nice reporter sergio keen ton gnaw -- keen ton gnaw has more. >> reporter: senator cruz was well funded and he had a major ground operation in california for the coming state primary. tonight his run is over. after a pour showing in indiana ted cruz ended his run for the nomination. >> we are suspending our campaign.
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>> reporter: it is a move that cut cfl calf -- that cut california republicans off guard. >> tremendous amount around cruz. it is a shock to me. >> reporter: ted cruz was a keynote speaker in burlingame. now trump has to start mending fences. >> all of the men and one woman who ran for president are all great americans and now he has to talk about his cabinet. he has to talk about his running mate and who he will put on the supreme court. >> trump had a conciliatory tone against cruz. >> he is one hell of a competitor. he is a tough, smart guy. >> reporter: he quickly tweeted support for trump and urged republicans to begin focusing on defeating hillary clinton. bernie sanders also won indiana and vowed to fight on. >> secretary clinton thinks this campaign is over. i've got some bad news for her.
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>> reporter: melinda jackson says secretary clinton lead by overwelming margin. >> bernie sanders supporterses still want to cast their vote for bernie even if the reality is settling in at this point that he is probably not going to be on the ticket in november. >> the california primary is june 7th. >> attention now to the remaining contest on the calendar. between may 7th and june 5th they will hold contests. on june 7th it is california along with five other states. and here is where the democratic delegate count stands right now, hillary clinton has 2002 and 2,383 are needed to win. we first told you about the election results with push alerts from the abc7 news app. download the app to enable breaking muse as that happens. a police chase that started in san francisco came
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to an end moments ago in mountain view. a group of patrol car following the suspect on highway 101 in palo alto. the chase started when san francisco police tried to pull over the stolen car. officer ultimately used a spike strip to puncture the tires and slow the vehicle down. they shutdown all lanes to make the arrest. >> a cal train hit and killed a pedestrian in sunnyvale tonight. it happened late this evening on the southbound tracks near mary and evelyn avenue. all southbound trains were stopped during the response and some trains are still running late. >> hundred of protesters were on the move. they marched to city hall on behalf of five hunger strykers demanding police chief be fired. it later came to a synagogue and that's where katie is live with the story. >> the plan was for the protesters to come here where
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the police chief was scheduled to participate in a forum on police accountability. but the chief canceled. >> are you a coward. >> protesters were furious after finding out the police chief was not showing up for a forum on police accountability. >> this is a day of rec -- rec coning for the city. people are angry and people are upset and enough is enough. >> protesters want him fired. they also want an independent investigation into the deadly police shooting. he was also scheduled to be on the panel and he showed up, but he wouldn't comment on the chief's absence. >> i was president here to attack the police department. >> the synagogue invited the demonstrators in for a conversation saying the forum was canceled. >> there are securities concerned significant enough we were advised not to have the program as planned. >> they would not say who advised them to cancel.
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>> this change is going to happen with or without sfpd. >> we reached out for comment. >> earlier in the day mayor ed leigh was the focus of the protest. a thousand people rallied at city hall in support of a small group of hunger strykers who are also calling for the police chief to be fired. mayor leigh was president there. mayor lee wasn't there. >> in developing news we are learning more about the navy seal killed by isis in iraq. charlie keating the fourth was based out of san diego. he is the grandson of charles keating, junior. the central figure in the 1980s savings and loan scandal. they say keating was killed by small arms fire suggesting isis fighters likely came within a few hundred yards of u.s. forces. ask most tenants in the bay area and they say their rent is too high and that includes the san francisco
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49er. the team is taking on its landlord. >> reporter: the 49ers are making bold moves on and off and the field. today the team managers filed foir arbitration against the host city, santa clara. it is over how much rent to pay. the 49ers paid $24.5 million and the contract calls for a one-time rent reset based on debt, expenseses and revenues. expenses and revenues. >> in simple terms debt was higher rent should go up. >> the team claims their debt is down and revenues from things like concerts and events is way up. that's why they want their new rent to be 22.5 million. the city staff also recommended the city council take the deal , but they didn't. >> we were forced into going into arbitration. >> the mayor wants a detailed audit that includes cost for public safety. santa clara residents have
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mixed reaction. >> represent go down? no, maybe it has to go up. >> they have a lot of events and stuff. it could go down. >> the rent reset will be in place for 40 years. arbitration meantime could take up to a year to resolve. lisa amin do lesion, abc -- lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> the warriors showed they could make a come back. >> golden state had a huge fourth quarter to beat the portland trailblazers. larry beil has been out there all night. >> i tell you what, this was a huge come back win by the warriors who were down 11 heading to the fourth quarter. they looked dead in the water. they explode to win by 11, 110-99 to take a 2-0 series lead over portland. without steph curry, a spectator and a cheerleader all night tonight. klay
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thompson cold early and hot late and some big shots. he energized them on both ends of the court. the warriors wul pull away and they helped to seal the deal in curry's absence. they out scored the blazers 34-12 in the fourth quarter to win without steph again. the series moves to portland for game three. >> the sharks lost their first road playoff game of the year in nashville. a 1-0 lead turned to a 4-1 loss. san jose is leading the series two games to one with game four coming up back in nashville. a complete wrap up with oracle arena later in sports. right now, dan and ama, back to you. >> thank you, larry. and the warriors will play the trailblazers in portland. live coverage is at 5:00 p.m. on abc7. join sports director larry beil and mike shumann for
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after the game. shu will be live in portland. >> still ahead, massive flames and gas stationses are blowing up and an entire city evacuated. >> plus, donation delays. the trouble preventing thousands of charities from getting the help they need tonight. >> no more pencils and no more brushes. there is a brand-new cosmetic procedure giving women the perfect eyebrows every time. >> we are tracking a system that will bring us the possibility of showers and maybe even some thunder. time line is coming up. >> first here is a look at what is coming up on abc7 news the a 11:00. >> we are so proud to share a bit of what we did today. >> that suit does not come close to fitting you. >> it is from the steve harvey collection. will you stand up for a second. do you even bother to get it
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all of the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> developing news tonight. flames and thick smoke
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engulfing an entire city in alberta, canada where a wildfire has forced all 60,000 residents to evacuate. you are seeing one man's desperate effort to escape the fire. all gas stations in the city have rine out of fuel -- have run out of fuel. the city's only hospital evacuated all 105 patients. the fire started on sunday and has destroyed a number of homes, and it is still a huge crisis. a big fundraising campaign for east bay nonprofits. it will be extented after the website had technical issues. east bay gives urges people to donate and thousands more across the nation. crowd funding company kimbia apologized. to make up for the downtime the fundraising will continue through tomorrow. a cosmetic technique is raising eyebrows in a good way. it is a method of creating semipermanent eyebrows without the marking pen of traditional
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eyebrow tattooing. she has a problem with her eyebrows. >> what i don't like is that i don't have any. >> while mother nature may have shorted her, she is hoping to close the gap with a unique variation of a procedure called microblading. in the montclair neighborhood they are preparing the tools she will use to thicken the look of the eyebrows. clients typically feel a light scratching sensation and though the technique uses ink, the results are a world away from the thick, flat eyebrowing tattooing of the past. >> you won't be able to tell she has it done. they looked at them with the big line on their face. >> with microblading they feather delicate cuts to qhanl the -- to channel the ink. the goal is to create the illusion of individual hairs. she said this version takes
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the technique even further. the pens are made up of tiny needles. over the course of the procedure she will alternate her stroke feathers up and tapping down. >> it is like shadowing. >> so actually when you look the a it, it is the line, but behind it there are so many dark behind it. >> the results are a more three dimensional look as seen in the before and after photo. after several hours she gets a chance to see her results. >> her new highbrows will last about a year before requiring a touch up. and since the technique is done near the surface of the skin, she says it can also be readjusted to make sure clients wind up with the look they want. >> the technology was actually developed in the bay area. the company is based in pleasanton. the price of the treatment varies, but it typically starts at $350. >> obviously it works well. on to the weather forecast and believe it or not we have rain
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coming. >> sandhya patel is here with the latest on that. >> typically we get .60 to three quarters of an inch of rain. we won't get that much, but we have a couple of opportunities for seeing wet weather. tracking cloud and a little bit of fog, but the temperatures are remaining in the comfort zone with all of the cloud cover. numbers are in the 50s and the 60s. a live look from the abc7 news exploratorium camera looking toward the trans america pyramid . the top is obscured as you will notice. this is from pier15. that's what your morning is going to look like. there is a chance of showers between wednesday and saturday and dry and milder weather is on tap for mother's day. as you know we can rate our storms from one to five. pief is severe and one is light. chance of showers between wednesday and saturday. most area will get less than a quarter of an inch. we have the possibility of thunder and hail particularly in the afternoon and evening hours.
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here is your hour by hour time line. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow we will start out with the low clouds and some high clouds as well. just be aware of that. 8:00 a.m. may see a few light showers in the north bay. we'll keep the shower possibility in the north bay around the early afternoon and you will notice as we head toward wednesday night a few showers may be popping up along the coastline. going into thursday morning the commute could include damp roadways at 6:00 a.m. it is scattered in nature. a hit or miss shower into noontime on thursday. and then thursday afternoon around 3:00 p.m. we are starting to see a little yellow there near mount hamilton. we could see an isolated thunderstorm or two develop. thursday night things are winding down, but not for long. as we head toward friday morning, a few more showers are developing at 5:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. it looks like a little more coverage and we continue with the potential for some thunderstorms on friday afternoon about 2:00 p.m. you will notice pockets of moderate rain.
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scattered showers and this lingers going into saturday morning and perhaps into saturday afternoon. the reason why is the low-pressure system that will bring us the rain chances it will sit near the california coast and eventually head into southern california but until it moves into southern california we whip keep in the potential for showers. first thing tomorrow morning low to mid50s. it will start out cloudy. there may be patches of fog for the morning commute. be aware of that. we have a little bit right now. temperatures are ranging from 58 at half moon bay to 76 in antioch and 66 oakland and 69 santa rosa and san jose. nice looking day in san mateo. quite a bit of cloud cover though. if you are going to the a's game against the mariners it is a day game. mid60s and then rising to the upper 60s. it should not rain on the game. accu-weather seven-day forecast, a slight chance of showers tomorrow and the best in the north bay. and then we bring in our storm impact scale as we look at an
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unsettled pattern thursday through saturday. chances of showers each day. sunday for mother's day things will dry out and the sun pops up. it is a nice looking day for mom. and then we warm a few more degree monday and tuesday. >> thank you, sandhya. >> still ahead, going local. >> the south bay farms mcdonaldss is turning to for the newes
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back and with authority. warriors up by five and with two minutes left sean livering
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stone and that's the jack right there. warriors win it 110-99 to take the series lead as mike shumann joins me now. shu, never a doubt, never a doubt. 11 points down and they win by 11. this team battles throughout. sean livingston and everybody contributed. afterwards klay thompson talks about the true grit. >> we have been resilient all year. we have gone through some tough times and learning from this. we will learn from the night that we are never really out of the game if we just keep our heads in it. i have to bring energy for our team and block shots and rebounds. i was one track minded when i got out there. >> it was a pretty bad game for us, but we had enough time to get back. >> we have to close that out. it was a missed opportunity. >> the beauty of the victory,
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maybe steph doesn't have to play on saturday. they have a three-daybreak, so we'll see if he is going to play. a big win and you have to win at home and portland on saturday. >> game 3 saturday night on abc7. thank you, shu. have a safe trip. let's get to the sharks and the other playoff team in the bay area. sharks up 2-0 in nashville and the tread -- predators are trying to take on everything. patrick marlow with a sweet move here. look at the speed and then slides it past him. that's their only goal of the game. shea webber beats martin jones. to the third period and they put it uh what i and colin wilson off the rebound. the final was 4-1 and the sharks are leading the series two games to one. get to the baseball really quick. they beat the reads -- they beat the reds and his fourth win of the year. sonny gray roughed up and lose to the mariners


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